TTUN '13 OH TE - Jake Butt (Michigan Verbal)

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  1. Block "O"

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    I think this could be the best of all the SCUM picks this year and it completes my fantasy team.
     
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    Happy for the kid. He would have been taken no later than round 2 without that injury.
     
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    Confirmed. Damn.

     
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    2013 – JAKE BUTT, TE
    We’ll keep this one brief (you’ll find that’s a common theme among the next few cycles) because it’s difficult to find fault with Meyer’s first full recruiting class. It was a star-studded haul and either his best or second-best class during his tenure.

    Mitch Trubisky hailed from Mentor High School, was ranked as the No. 6 dual-threat quarterback and No. 11 in-state prospect. But after getting Braxton Miller in 2012 and bringing in J.T. Barrett in 2013, not getting Trubisky can’t be considered a major miss.

    Joey Bosa and Tyquan Lewis at defensive ends more than made up for the loss of Taco Charlton – the country’s No. 3-ranked WDE and Ohio’s No. 5-ranked prospect from Pickerington Central – to Michigan, where he was a first-team All-Big Ten member.

    So that brings us to tight end for the second consecutive season, where Marcus Baugh was a strong contributor out of the 2013 class and made big plays throughout his 59 games played, like the game-winning touchdown catch against Penn State in 2017.

    Jake Butt, however, was a first-team All-American and two-time first-team All-Big Ten selection at Michigan. Out of Pickerington North, Butt was ranked as the sixth-best tight end in the class and the 10th-best recruit in the state.
     
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